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Haze - Playstation 3

by Ubisoft
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
97 customer reviews

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  • Play both sides of the same war as an elite Mantel trooper and as a Rebel soldier
  • State-of-the-art multiplayer modes let you engage in online battles and furious four-player co-op action while revealing hidden secrets in the single-player campaign
  • Haze comes straight from the developers of the critically acclaimed TimeSplitters series and the publishers of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter and Far Cry
  • Get cutting-edge gaming technology exclusively developed for PS3
  • Gear-up with a high-tech arsenal of vehicles, deadly weaponry, and the performance-enhancing drug Nectar
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About Haze
Set in the year 2048 in a world where governments have outsourced military operations to private military corporations (PMCs), you play as Shane Carpenter, a newly enlisted soldier seeking fulfillment and thrills by fighting for a good cause. As the leading PMC, Mantel Global Industries offers an array of cutting-edge military equipment, including a high-tech arsenal of vehicles, deadly weaponry, and the performance-enhancing drug Nectar.

Your conflict begins in a war-torn country where you have been sent to fight a vicious rebel faction, the Promise Hand. At first all is well, but things quickly begin to look a little strange.

Expose the truth, switch sides, and break away from Mantel.

Evolve from a ruthless high-tech Mantel Trooper to a cunning Promise Hand rebel.

Uncover the truth, switch sides, and break away from Mantel’s manipulative grip when you join your former enemies, the Promise Hand.

Features:

Impeccable FPS (first-person shooter) credentials
From the developers of the critically acclaimed TimeSplitters series and the publishers of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter and Far Cry.

Play both sides of the war
Evolve from a ruthless high-tech Mantel Trooper to a cunning Promise Hand rebel, each featuring distinct game systems, weaponry, and abilities.

You'll be equipped with the most advanced gear and deadliest weapons.

Under the influence, a Mantel trooper is empowered by Nectar.

Experience the power of a Mantel Trooper
You'll be equipped with the most advanced gear and deadliest weapons and empowered by Nectar, Mantel’s battlefield-optimized performance-enhancing medication that lets you boost your fighting abilities and experience the highs and lows of drug-laden warfare. Perform fighting abilities such as Nectar Focus, Nectar Foresight, and Melee Blast.

Expose the truth, switch sides, and break away from Mantel’s control
Join up with your former enemies, and lead the rebels against the Mantel army. Use your knowledge of your former teammates’ weaknesses and new abilities and techniques such as Play Dead, Weapon Stealing, and the deadly Nectar Grenade.

Cutting-edge gaming technology
Exclusively developed for the PLAYSTATION 3 system featuring the Disparity Rendering System, which shapes players’ views of the world on and off Nectar. Haze also features an entirely streaming experience and the Conspire AI System, in which all enemy behaviors are entirely dynamic--nothing is scripted.

State-of-the-art multiplayer modes
Fire up your console for online battles and choose from a variety of online modes, including furious four-player co-op action. Play as both Troopers and Rebels and unveil hidden secrets from the single-player campaign.


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  • ASIN: B000SQ5LQE
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 20, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,499 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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55 of 65 people found the following review helpful By gibbs on May 21, 2008
(I would have given this game a 4.25 or 4.5 stars if Amazon allowed it)

First off, let me state the ratings of the IGN review of this game:
Presentation: 4.5
Graphics: 4.0
Sound: 5.0
Gameplay: 4.5
Lasting Appeal: 4.5
Overall: 4.5

Now my response:
Are you kidding me?! IGN gave GTAIV a 10 in graphics, when I get pop-ins and texture tears occasionally (but I still love GTAIV), and a 4.5 to HAZE?! The gameplay is no where near a 4.5, it is more of a 9.0. This review lowered the credibility of IGN after I played HAZE.

That being said, HAZE is fantastic! The graphics are stunning, and the gameplay has well balanced mechanics in shooting, physics, and speed.

Now let me state my ratings for HAZE(in IGN's categories):

Presentation: 7. The storyline could have used a little more creativity,but was enough to keep me satisfied and interested.

Graphics: 8.5. Stunning environments, smooth framerate, and very nice explosions.

Sound: 8.0 Have to agree a little with IGN on this one. The dialogue could have used a little more development. On the other note, sound effects, such as gunfire, explosions, etc..., sounded just right.

Gameplay: 9.0. This is where the game shines. Gameplay is fantastic! The idea behind Nectar fit perfectly with the gameplay. This game has excellent FPS mechanics, and every FPS fan will enjoy the gameplay.

Lasting Appeal: 9.0. After the single player, its on to multiplayer! Multiplayer is another aspect of this game that shines. The Online-Coop is 100 times better than the demo, and regular multiplayer is so much fun as well.

Overall: 8.5 (which is equivalent to 4.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Deweese VINE VOICE on May 29, 2008
Now that all the hype has waned and we've seen how the "professional" reviewers totally blasted this title, the real gamers can get in there and actually tell people the real story. This game is what I'd refer to as a standard shooter. It's not revolutionary, but it's not anywhere near as bad as some people say. The only thing that bothers me about this game is the spoken dialogue. It is incredibly cheesey and corny. That aside, I'd say the game is just about on par with Halo 3 in terms of graphics and gameplay. I'm sure the fanboys will be lambasting me for saying that, but I think it's true. Also, the multiplayer is quite satisfying. It works very well and is very stable (compared to Turok's). Graphically, I think this game looks pretty sweet. The foliage in the jungle is dense and detailed. It's not as good as Crysis in that the leaves and grasses don't sway in the wind or bend as you pass by, but it still looks good. Much of the environment is destructible. The weapons look and feel good, and the sound effects are spot on. The campaign is pretty standard fare. The vehicles are pretty standard fare. Overall, it's a good game. It's not great, like COD4 or Gears, but it gets the job done. If you enjoy shooters, you will most likely enjoy Haze. If you're not sure, just rent it and you'll be convinced.
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28 of 35 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 27, 2008
Haze has had a good bit of hype surrounding it, especially considering its a PS3 exclusive FPS that seemed to be loaded with potential. Playing as a futuristic soldier with the ability to supe themselves up to almost superhuman capability thanks to a drug called Nectar. While this little feature does manage to add a bit of spice to the overall gameplay aspects of Haze, as a whole the game doesn't offer up anything that hasn't been seen a million times before in a million other first person shooter's, or for that matter, do much of anything particularly well either. There are some moments of spectacular action that show off the kind of potential that Haze had to be a great game, but these moments are few and far between. Where Haze really falters is with the game's presentation: the storyline, dialogue, and voice acting are all deliriously bad, and the game's AI doesn't fare much better either. Four-player co-op and multiplayer are bland but decent enough, and the game looks good and offers a decent selection of weapons. However, the overall core of Haze is disappointingly shallow despite the game's interesting premise, and PS3 owning FPS fans are better off giving this a rental and holding out for Resistance 2.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By paper tiger on May 22, 2008
The way over-hyped game Haze is worth checking out. It is similar to Halo. If you enjoy Halo you will probably like Haze. The co-op option of the game is fun. My biggest gripe about this game is it gets quite repetitive very fast. The dialog and little in-game movies are stupid and get annoying within the first few minutes.

I was looking forward to this game and was disappointed. Graphics are good, but not as amazing or quick as I expected for a high-def PS3 only game. Here are the pros and cons...

PROS:
-Sound is pretty good.

-Control isn't bad once you get used to it.

-Graphics are pretty good, but not as great as expected.

CONS:
-Graphics are just ok. For what else is out right now, these graphics are a little plain and not very creative.

-Maps are boring, repetitive and plain.

-Game play has been done over and over again.

-Nectar is a cool touch, but not used to the extent or creativity that it could have been.

-The game gets very repetitive very fast.

-Teammates are idiot jocks that get annoying real quick. And they swear a lot.

-No sprint option. Really really stupid. It is 2008 and we can't run in a game. What the heck.

Over-all this FPS game is worth checking out. It is entertaining at parts but Haze does not use its full potential. If you are used to good games like Half-Life 2, Uncharted, Resistance or Gears of War you will probably be disappointed. Not a horrible game but don't expect to be blown away.
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